To love with heart is art at its best

The heart To love with heart is art at its best
The symbol of love
Of two equal parts
Different but equal
For ALL relationships

© Jenny Horn JLH 12/06/2012 


To love with heart is art at its best.

The challenge for us this week is to contemplate this simple yet tremendously deep part of our lives.

 Have you ever looked up HEART and LOVE in the dictionary or Bible?  My dictionary ‘The Australian Concise Oxford’ gives a full column on both topics.  My Bible ‘The New King James’ has numerous messages on heart and love.

I am not going to quote any of these references.
My part is to introduce you to the concept.
Your part is to consider the possibilities.
…And this will complete the heart…

Love with heart

Building on last week’s quote ‘Choose your frame wisely’  We will all view this post from many varying points of view – this means there are no right or wrongs just our own perception of what is. I talk of heart and love from different angles and not just the mushy/romance and sex but the genuine day to day communications we have with each other.

The other day just for fun I was drawing shapes in the sand and I also drew a heart in the sand.  As I watched two waves sweep gently across it simultaneously with equal intent, I found myself in awe of this most wonderful enlightenment.

 The symbolic heart is perfectly symmetrical of 2 equal halves.

I was able to capture a short video of waves joining together and as I watched the turbulence of the water I could see the melding and blending, realising that individuals can still remain independent  having unique characteristics and quality. Relationships are not static, they are forever moving just like the water of the ocean – sometimes tranquil sometimes volatile, sometimes frenetic and sometimes slow.

During this short 40sec video clip consider  ‘What is my framing and am how am I using it?’

click on here –  Heart of enduring love

A loving heart comes in a multitude of different forms in all types of relationships – Parent and child, siblings, work colleagues, husband and wife, partners, mentor and student, professional and client and so on.

  •  In my humble opinion I find that the spiritual love is the most pure and deep of all.
  • The love of a parent has many different aspects, from gooey love to tough love and back again.
  • In economic terms – demand creates supply and supply creates demand
  •  In accounting terms – liabilities give to assets as assets give to liabilities
  • In teaching terms – as the mentor grows the student, the student grows the mentor
  • A couple’s love – like diamonds will reflect the moods of the home – several years ago David and I created a relationship recipe which is also featured on my ‘About’ page.

Relationship Recipe

Mix openness of touch and affection
Blend quality time, often spontaneous, sometimes planned
Add shared responsibilities, trust, forgiveness, support and respect
Top with constant communication, understanding and commitment to personal growth
Sprinkle with laughter
Wrap in spiritual and physical love

© 04/12/2004 Jenny Horn JLH

As nature demonstrates it is a very fine balancing act to ‘Love with Heart’.

These two Corellas are hanging by one leg                                         Two individual wreath flowers create
during their courtship.                                                                             their own special beauty.

Corellas courting Sth Alligator River, Kakadu NP Northern TerritoryTwo Wreath Leschenaultia flowers, along Tallering Station Rd, Pindar,Western Australia







I hope I have inspired you to consider ‘Love with Heart’
Please feel free place a comment and to share this with others.
love Jenny

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